Chinese new year celebrations perth 2010

Many Chinese Restaurants, will have lion dances at some stage in the next couple of days! One of the organisations doing the performances is the Chow Kwoon Kung Fu Academy, and they list them on their website!

Perthasian.info has got two free passes to the Chinese fireworks at Gloucester park  if anyone is interested in getting it please put your hands up and  send us a email  with your address so that we can post it to you. Use the contact us button above to send us a email if interested

SORRY GUYS TICKETS HAVE BEEN snagged.Posted TO lucky winner PABS from Mandurah . Thanks for giving it a go !
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Chinese New Year 2010 Fireworks – at burswood

Thursday, 18 Feb 2010 – 07:00:00
WA, Perth – Eastern Suburbs Burswood
Burswood

movie and meal, before being treated to a spectacular view of fireworks from the Burswood Casino, in celebration of the Chinese New Year.

Firstly the movie: THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG – Anika Noni ROSE – John GOODMAN – Keith DAVID
Animated / Fantasy / Family 87 Mins ENDS: 9:25pm
Directors: Ron CLEMENTS and John MUSKER
Disney returns to its traditions with a hand-drawn animated from from the creators of ALADDIN and THE LITTLE MERMAID. On a twist on the classic fairy tale of a princess, a kiss and a frog a beautiful young woman living in New Orleans who may just have to pucker up to an amphibian.
To purchase ticket/s go online to: www.moviesbyburswood.com
While you are there you can book a comfy bean bag hire $6
For more information about this go here  — >> http://www.getalife.com.au/viewactivity.aspx?activity_id=19167&siteref=rss

Year of the TIGER

Chinese New Year (Chinese: 春節, 春节, Chūnjíe; 農曆新年, 农历新年, Nónglì Xīnnián; or 過年, 过年, Guònián), also known as the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It consists of a period of celebrations, starting on New Year’s Day, celebrated on the first day of the first month of the Chinese calendar, i.e. the day of the second new moon after the day on which the winter solstice occurs, unless there is an intercalary eleventh or twelfth month in the lead-up to the New Year—in such a case, the New Year falls on the day of the third new moon after the solstice. (The next time this occurs is in 2033.) The Chinese New Year period ends with the Lantern Festival, the fifteenth day of the month.

Whats happening in sydney for chinese new year 2010 ?

Chinese New Year 2010 – Fireworks – Parramatta, Sydney – Fantastic Accommodation
Friday, 19 February 2010
Happening at Church Street, Parramatta

Don’t miss all the celebrations of the Chinese New Year at Church Street Parramatta on Friday, 19 February 2010. Welcome the Year of the Tiger and enjoy the atmosphere filled with live entertainment, food stalls, Twilight Noodle Markets and rides for the kids. You will also get to see the Chinese dragon and lion dance with firecrackers. Rydges Parramatta is only minutes away…
At Rydges Parramatta why not come and experience what our food, staff and atmosphere has to offer. You might fancy something eat from one of our beautiful Restaurants or Bars or you could order some room service when you get back, either way, just relax and let us take care of all your accommodation needs.
Check out Rydges Parramatta online for our best available accommodation rates guaranteed.
For more information, please contact us on (02) 8863-7600.

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